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N.Subramanian (Website) wrote at 20-01-2015 4:14 am:

 Salil Gosh Case Calcutta HC
The above case has now been posted for hearing on 4th February 2015.
 

V S Srinivasan wrote at 19-01-2015 10:53 pm:

 CHC-7th.BP- Late Salil Ghosh
CHC-7th.BP- Late Salil Ghosh- further to your note dated 19th Jan 2015, I would like to know whether the case was taken up for hearing at Calcutta High Court on 19th Jan 2015 as per the note of Shri KESHAV RAI SAINI dated 17-01-2015 appeared here under. We are eagerly waiting for your up date in the matter. - V S Srinivasan
 

SujoyGhosh wrote at 19-01-2015 6:37 pm:

 CHC-7th.BP- Late Salil Ghosh
Mr.Saini,Mr.Saswata Ghosh son oflate Salil Ghosh has not contacted the lawyer as yet till this morning.I am in touch with him.Shall inform you as soon as information is available.Sujoy Ghosh
 

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 17-01-2015 1:43 pm:

 7TH BIPARTITE RETIREES
SHRI SUJOY GHOSH ,I HAVE ALREADY REPLIED IN THE OTHER BLOG PLEASAE SEE THE REPLY.FURTHER AP0351/2013 STATE BANK OF INDIA AND OTHERS V/S SALIL KUMAR GHOSH CASE HAS BEEN LISTED AT ITEM NO 17 IN COURT OF CALCUTTA HIGH COURT IN COURT NO1 ON 19.1.2015 KINDLY FOLLOW UP THE CASE AND ADVISE US AFTER DATE OF HEARING. K.R SAINI
 

Sujoy Ghosh wrote at 16-01-2015 9:58 pm:

 DHC -- Court Case of PenFed and 7th.BPs
sujoykumarghosh2013start
Jan 17, 2015 @ 07:53:16

Mr.Saini,You are right.The bench is different and the hearing is likely to start anew.This is an opportunity.It would be wiser for the dealing office bearers to talk to the counsel and seek his advice to include the 7th.BP contention to strengthen the case by the example. There is still some time.Anyway, after sometime this avenue will close and we will have to wait for whatever be the outcome.The Supreme Court narration leading to the order of transfer to the DHC is dismal and the outcome of this case is also likely to be more dismal.Anyway,good luck to ourselves.Sujoy Ghosh.This is a copy of a post in another blog on the same issue of pensions in SBI.Sujoy Ghosh
 

Sujoy Ghosh wrote at 16-01-2015 9:39 pm:

 IT notice-non deposit of TDS
Mr.Biswas,Since you have been submitting your IT return,you may have engaged a IT lawyer for the purpose,in which case you may engage him.In case you have been submitting your IT return by yourself you may consider talking to your IT officer concerned to seek his advice.Sujoy Ghosh
 

Sujoy Ghosh wrote at 16-01-2015 12:36 am:

 Liability on account of non-deposit of TDS
Mr.Biswas,Before you meet any Lawyer, Income Tax or otherwise you need to have the background papers.Since you are no longer at the concerned workplace you will need to collect such papers to ascertain your liability,if any,on the issue.You may need time for that.You may write to the concerned IT authorities explaining the situation and seeking a reasonable time and meanwhile commence arranging to obtain the relevant papers.Once you know your position vis-a-vis the deposit/non-deposit of the TDS you may contact a suitable IT lawyer.Pen.association office may like to advise you further.Sujoy Ghosh
 

NIKHIL KUMAR BISWAS wrote at 15-01-2015 11:39 pm:

 PENALTY FOR NOT DEPOSITING TDS IN TIME
I AM AN EMPLOYEE OF THE BANK RETIRED AS BRANCH MANAGER FROM NIMPURA I.G.C.KHARAGPUR ON 31.01.2011. MY TENURE AT NIMPURA WAS FROM 01.02.2009 TO 31.12.2010.I HAVE BEEN SHOW CAUSED BY COMM. OF INCOME TAX FOR NOT DEPOSITING TDS IN TIME AND INSTRUCTED TO APPEAR ON 29.01.2015 AT THEIR OFFICE AT 10B MIDDLETON ROW OFFICE. PLEASE ADVISE THE COURSE OF ACTION TO BE TAKEN AND/OR SUGGEST THE NAME OF ANY ADVOCATE TO RESOLVE THE CASE.
 
Comment: Dear Nikhil,
We are sorry to hear about the matter. We suggest that you contact the Reg Office and branch, and collect requisite copies of documents and involve the RM in the matter. Please keep us informed.

Sujoy Ghosh wrote at 15-01-2015 2:02 pm:

 7th.BPs--Letter to the PM/FM-PenFed DHC case
Mr.Admin. Thank you.It is true that no petition is or was pending at any High Court filed by the PenFed and nor were/are the contentions the same as currently filed and pending.The cases filed at the High Courts are/were by pensioners with different contentions primarily based on the prent Pension Rules and not under any article of the Constitution/discrimination.Thus even now when the case comes up afresh,since part heard is not under consideration,suitable matter may well be raised to cover the 7th.BPs so that,if at all,the order is in favour of the PenFed ,at least it could be from the date of retirement and not from the date of the order.We were neither 'ghar ka,nor ghat ka'!At least bring us close to the 'ghar or ghat'!depending on where we are 'up above or way below if below be worthy of us' or still on this soil.Quoted.Thus an affidavit can very well be filed even at this stage to include the fate of the 7th.BPs.Sujoy Ghosh
 
Comment: Dear Sujoy,
We assure you that not only 7th Bipartite retirees, but others as well, will benefit from a favourable verdict in the case pending before the Div Bench, in Delhi High Court.

Sujoy Ghosh wrote at 14-01-2015 3:52 pm:

 7th.BPs--Letter to the PM/FM
This is the first time I am seeing a document with a specific mention of the 7th.BPs and seeking redressal for them.Had it been also highlighted in the petition to the SC now at DHC it would have buttresssed the position of the PenFed on discrimination for not only the 7th.BPs but possibly for the 5th.and 6th,BPs as well and the case for uniformity of 50% based on the Pension Rules.Now with a reconstituted bench at DHC there is an opportunity to bring it to the notice of the Court, if wise counsel prevails since everything starts afresh.Whatever the Court's conclusion it is at an unforseeable distance now.Sujoy Ghosh
 
Comment: Dear Sujoy,
As clarified earlier, our Federation could not specifically mention the 7th BPS in its petition to the Supreme Court and subsequently to the Div Bench in Delhi High Court, because petitions on the 7th BPS are and were pending in several High Courts. In fact an affidavit has to be submitted declaring that no petition is pending in any other court, while submitting the original petition.
But as we have asked for 50% pension for all, if we get a favourable verdict, it will provide relief to all 7th Bipartite retirees and others as well.

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 14-01-2015 1:47 pm:

 7th bipartite retirees
FOR PENSIONERS FEDERATION LETTER TO THE PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA TAKING UP THE PENSION ISSUES IN S.B.I KINDLY VISIT WWW.SBIPENSIONERSCHD.COM AND CLICK THE PENSIONERS MAIL FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY ,2015 AND YOU WILL FIND THE CONTENTS OF THAt letter.k.r.saini
 

Bharat B Bose wrote at 14-01-2015 4:19 am:

 Housing loan
I have retired in June 2012. I want to avail Housing loan from bank. Please let me know what is maximum permissible age limit to repay the housing loan
 

D.N. Tripathi Dehradun, Uttrakhand wrote at 14-01-2015 12:11 am:

 Makar Sakranti
Friends,may this Makar Sakrsnti brings happiness and colourfull life to you and your family.
 
Comment: Dear Mr. Tripathi,
We heartily reciprocate your greetings and wish that the community of pensioners have something to rejoice, after this Sankranti.

TNR Nair wrote at 13-01-2015 7:47 pm:

 7th Bipartite pensioners"anomaly.
Glad to see that the issue has been taken up with the PM. Will it be possible for the Federation to upload the representation made to the PM for the benefit of pensioners?
 

MENINO FURTADO wrote at 13-01-2015 3:15 am:

 HOUSING LOAN
One of our lady pensioners had obtained HL together with loan on commercial basis for Housing purpose in the year 2010. She retired in 2013. She has been paying the loan regularly. Now she desires to obtain enhancement in the HL to repay and close the commercial loan as the rate of interest is higher. Is such facility available to the pensioners. If so, please quote the relevant circular. Regards

 

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 12-01-2015 6:26 pm:

 7th bipartite retirees ipension issue in s.b.i
IN RESPONSE TO SHRI V.K.ARORA WRITEUP DATED THE 11TH JANUARY ,2015 I HAVE TO ADVISE THAT OUR PENSIONERS FEDERATION HAS ALREADY TAKEN THIS ANOMALY WITH THE PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA ON 4TH DECEMBER ,2014. KRSAINI@HOTMAIL.COM
 

V k Arora wrote at 11-01-2015 9:55 pm:

 7th BP Retirees---APPEAL AT PM's WEBSITE
Today I am going to post a mail on PM's WEB stating the injustice done to us by the GOI/SBI and the struggle we are carrying on to get justice; the efforts so far going down the drain.I earnestly request all my brothers of 7th BP sufferers to initiate the process.The method to post is: 1.Type--pm.india.gov.in 2.Give your e-mail id., your phone no. ,name and address. Then main page will get opened whereat any Indian national lodge his grievance/ injustice meted out by him. We are big in number . Let there be countless messages to worthy PM who is known to have nice human heart.
 

MENINO FURTADO wrote at 08-01-2015 12:15 am:

 Happy New Year 2015
I wish you and your team HAPPY NEW YEAR 2015, It is a pleasure to go through your website and get the latest updates. You have a highly enlightened team , very rare to find. Wish all of you good health and happiness which will enable you to continue this selfless service to
the Bank`s pensioners. God bless.
 
Comment: Dear Menino,
Thank you so much for your appreciation. These kind words mean the world to us. Please keep writing, giving your suggestions and criticism too, so that we can improve further.

Sujoy Ghosh wrote at 07-01-2015 6:50 pm:

 7th.BPs-Late Salil Kumar Ghosh vs SBI&ors
Mr.TVJ Krishnan and VS Srinivasan,Thank you for your posts.I had spoken to the widow of late Salil Ghosh some time after mid December 2014 about the impending case which was postponed twice before for submission of the documents.Details have also been posted on uppermost.me(K.R.Saini).At that time she had expressed her financial problem which also involved the medical expenses for the heart attack and the absence of any medical insurance or SBIREMBS cover.I had therefore posted the request for the small contributions and the modalities of contributions.I will be returning to Kolkata only on the 18th.Jan.2015 and will enquire on the 19th.Jan.2015.More on my next post.Sujoy Ghosh
 

Jayakrishnan T V wrote at 07-01-2015 3:12 pm:

 CALCUTTA HIGH COURT - SBI vs Late Salil Kumar Ghosh--7th.BPs--CALCUTTA HIGH COURT - – FULL BENCH – HEARING ON 19th Jan 2015
Sirs,
Recently there are 2 postings in your website regarding the financial difficulties faced by the family members of Late Salil Kumar Ghosh . I have sent a mail to some of our colleagues who retired under 7th Bipartite settlement. Some of them are willing to contribute a sum of Rs. 1000/- each in order to overcome this unpleasant situation. Of course, this will help us a lot of retirees who retired under 7th BPS. To my knowledge this is the first case which is in the final stages of Full Bench in any High Court.

In case of a favourable judgement it may help our Federation's case at Delhi High Court for which the hearing is scheduled on 29th Jan 2015.

My concern is family members should not feel embraced about this. Further I request Bengal Circle SBI Pensioners’ Association to make an appeal (with details how and to whom remittance has to be made with contact phone numbers/ address) so that it will reach the concerned person in time. As the hearing date is fast approaching, necessary appeal may be made immediately.

I also feel that SBIPA, Bengal Circle itself can collect and hand it over to the concerned person, in view of the importance and special circumstances. My mail id is tvjkrishnan@yahoo.com
 

v s srinivasan wrote at 06-01-2015 8:45 pm:

 SBI vs Late Salil Kumar Ghosh - 7th BPs case
This has reference to Sujoy Ghosh note dt/- 05/01/2015- It is a great thing that late Salil Kumar Ghosh has filed the case for the benefit of 30000 and odd 7th BP pensioners, and it has come to almost a final stage, and it should not be closed just for want of funds. The benefit of the out come of the case will be for all the 7th BP pensioners whose average will be about 75 years. I feel that in the interest of the aging pensioners of SBI, it will be worth while that either Pensioners Association Bengal Circle or the Pensioners Federation come forward to advance some amount as loan to the family Late Ghosh to continue the case for the benefit of all the 7th BP pensioners. this act of the Association or Federation will be greatly appreciated by all the pensioners who are waiting for more than 15 years for a favourable verdict. Of course the request for small contribution from individuals is also welcome, but that may take a longer time to collect the amount and I am of the opinion that contribution from the Association or Federation will be a better solution and it is only for the benefit of more than 30000 and odd pensioners. We are not sure when the case at Delhi High Court will see the light of the day and it is better that let us proceed with the Calcutta case and hope for the best.
 

Jayakrishnan T V wrote at 06-01-2015 3:54 am:

  Bank strike deferred, talks tomorrow (7th Jan 2015)
THE HINDU, CHENNAI

Decision after Indian Banks’ Association upping its hike offer by 1.5 per cent to 12.5 per cent, said a union official.
Banking sector unions on Tuesday decided to defer their all India strike on January 7, 2015 with the Indian Banks’ Association upping its hike offer by 1.5 per cent to 12.5 per cent, said a union official.
Further talks are scheduled on Wednesday.
Bank employees’ unions had decided go on a strike on January 7 across the country to press for a wage hike.
The unions had also threatened to go on strike on multiple days later this month if their demand is not accepted. The unions had been demanding a wage revision linked to the gross profit of the banks.
 
Comment: Dear Mr Jayakrishnan,
Thanks for your update. Although the Bipartite talks does not hold out any direct outcome for old pensioners, we have been keeping a watch over the developments. If the wage negotiations are smoothly completed, we pensioners will hope for a rational approach from the Govt. about various demands of the neglected senior citizens.

N J CHAVAN RETD DY.MANAGER KOLHAPUR(MAHARASHTRA) wrote at 05-01-2015 9:42 pm:

 LFC TO RETIRED SBI EMPLOYEES
THERE IS NEWS THAT THE RETIRED PENSTIONERS MAY GET THE LFC {SBI} SBI STAFF WILL BE GIVEN lfc FACILITIES ONCEIN FIVE YEARS ,THE FIRTST SLAB COMMENCING AFTER THREE YEARS FROME THE DATE OF THEIR sUPERANNUM DATE AS PER THEIR ELIGIBILITY AT THE TIME OF THEIR RETIREMENT THIS IS POSSIBLE AS DURING OUR SERVICE EITHER WE DID NOT GET LIVE AT APPROPRITE TIME OR DUE TO PRESURE OF WORK ALSO PROBLEM OF SCOOLIGOING CHILDER PARTICULARLY I HAVE AVAILED ONLY THREE TIMES LFC IN MY ENTIRE SERVICE OF 39 YEARS
 
Comment: Dear Mr Chavan,
We share your expectation and suffering.

Sujoy Ghosh wrote at 04-01-2015 11:51 pm:

 SBI vs Late Salil Kumar Ghosh--7th.BPs--Calcutta High Court
Those who follow this site may know from the post of Sri N.Subramanian,of 26.12.2014, that the case is posted for 19th.Jan.2015.On that date the respondents,the legal heirs of late Sri Salil Ghosh are to submit the proof of death and details of legal heirs/claimants.But,unfortunately,as I understand from the widow of late Sri Salil Ghosh there is an unpaid amount due to the lawyer,of Rs.35000/-which they are unable to pay as a result the matter will go against them and the case is likely to be closed.I was wondering whether the living 7th.BPs may lend a helping hand for this purpose.Any suggestions are welcome for small individual amounts covering more number of contributors not for a corpus but for the immediate legal expenses.Sujoy Ghosh
 

Sudhir Suman Kumaria (Chandigarh Circle) wrote at 31-12-2014 7:44 pm:

 Pensioners’ Mail for the month of January 2015, IInd Innings-April–June 2014 & Pensioner’s Directory‏‏
We have uploaded the following files, which you can view/download from SBI Pensioners’ Association (Chandigarh Circle) official website: http://www.sbipensionerschd.com/

1. Chandigarh Circles’ Monthly Bulletin Pensioners’ Mail for the month of January 2015.

2. IInd Innings-April–June 2014, can view/download from http://www.sbipensionerschd.com/Downloads.aspx

3. Pensioner’s Directory, you can view details of a member by searching member’s name or contact no.

Directory is updated up to Pensioners’ Mail of January 2015.

WISH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR-2015

With Regards,

Jai Ram Gupta
General Secretary
SBI Pensioners' Association
(Chandigarh Circle)
 
Comment: Dear Sudhir,

Thanks and congratulations being done by all of you.

N J CHAVAN RETD DY.MANAGER KOLHAPUR(MAHARASHTRA) MOB 9421203165 wrote at 31-12-2014 6:40 pm:

 NEAR YEAR 2015
WISH ALL OF YOY AHAPPY NEW YEAR 2015
 
Comment: Dear Mr. Chavan,
We heartily reciprocate your wishes and hope that the new year will bring good tidings for all of us.

pm gopala krishna panicker wrote at 31-12-2014 4:18 am:

 new year
WISH ALL OF YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2015
 
Comment: Dear Mr Panicker,

We heartily reciprocate your wishes and extend our best wishes to you and your family, for the new year.

D.N.Tripathi wrote at 31-12-2014 3:04 am:

 HAPPY NEW YEAR-2015.
All the retired friends of S.B.I.,I wish you a very happy NEW YEAR 2015. May this year brings good health & prosperity for you and your families.
 
Comment: Dear Mr. Tripathi,

We heartily reciprocate your greetings and wish that this year ushers in much needed relief, peace and happiness to all pensioners and their families.

arun ch das wrote at 30-12-2014 7:01 pm:

 Ref. Suresh chhatre.
Sir,As per your instruction,i have login SBI COIN and go also HOME,but when i click on HOME then return back into year & month page.I could not go detail investment page.what is the problem.
 

P K GOPALAKRISHNAN wrote at 30-12-2014 6:27 pm:

 HAPPY NEW YEAR - 2015
Sorry for mistake Tear instead of YEAR

P K Gopalakrishnan
 

P K GOPALAKRISHNAN (Website) wrote at 30-12-2014 6:23 pm:

 HAPPY NEW TEAR - 2015
Dear all,

WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY

HEALTHY WORRY- FREE 2015

MAY GOD ALMIGHTY BLESS US

P K GOPALAKRISHNAN
S B I Pensioner - Kerala
 

PROBIR SEN GUPTA wrote at 29-12-2014 10:34 pm:

 Membership
Dear Sirs,
I have retired from Bidhannagar Module and availing pension from our Jodhpur Park Branch, Kolkata. I have not yet been a member of Pensioners Association. Please advise whether I would be able to have the membership and deposit the subscription on line. Regards



 
Comment: Dear Probir,
Welcome to our website. Unfortunately, we have not yet started accepting membership subscription online. You may get the membership application form from our representatives in South Kolkata, (some are residing at Jodhpur Park itself) or you may visit our Jeevan Deep office (8th Floor) or our Circle Association office on Gr Floor E Block, Samriddhi Bhavan, 1 Strand Rd, We accept subscription, as of now, by cheque (for Rs 3300) which will provide a full membership to you, and an associate membership to your spouse. You may please furnish your contact number and address, so that our representatives may get in touch with you, if you are unable to visit our offices.

Aman sharma wrote at 29-12-2014 9:51 pm:

 COMPASSATIONATE APPOINTMENT for Past Cases
Dear Sir,

Please share (if any)news for COMPASSATIONATE APPOINTMENT for Past Cases.
 

SURESH CHHATRE wrote at 28-12-2014 10:13 pm:

 ref:;arun ch das
Sir, go to SBI COIN Portal > select March 14 pension detail>on bottom of page tick on home>go to investment details
 
Comment: Dear Suresh,
Thanks for your intervention.

Pasang Lama wrote at 27-12-2014 9:10 pm:

 Query about submission of online application of SBI REMBT membership form
Greetings everyone! I, Pasang Lama, a retire e as on 30/11/14 was told to submit the application for the mentioned purpose online as per the latest requirement. I would like to request for your kind assistance in doing so. I donot have any knowledge about the online process as well as the website and the registration process. If anyone of you could provide me the details I would be very grateful.
 
Comment: Dear Pasang,
We presume that you have retired from Siliguri module. You may contact the CM(HR) at Zonal office and/or contact our Association representatives there, for necessary assistance. You will be required to get a bank draft for Rs 62000/- in favour of REMBT, and show your first pension slip, while applying for membership of REMBS. We are still not aware of online submission procedures. We hope that you will be guided properly at Zonal Office. We also request you to become a member of our Association, unless you have already become so.

R.Parthasarathy wrote at 27-12-2014 5:00 pm:

 pension updation
In the LIC Pensioners' Forum, we find the key to the solution for the issue of pension updation in Financial sector. Our pension schemes are funded ones. There has to be a realistic assessment of the impact. quote:Coming to OROP, LIC pensioners and also those in banking sector should remember that they are governed by 'funded scheme'. That is precisely the reason for our decision in the recent EC to think of chalking out a comprehensive and realistic plan, after the decision is known in the forthcoming hearing of our case in the SC on 14th Jan. Let the New Year be the answer for our way forward.unquote. It is good that finally we find that the issue is being recognised as one that merits a give and take approach. We remember that the IBA had asked the UFBU to suggest a modified updation plan. As usual, the pesnioners are not being informed about the progress in this regard.
 

arun ch das wrote at 27-12-2014 5:42 am:

 previous year investment
Can i see the previous year investment details,if yes,how ?
 

Jayakrishnan T V wrote at 26-12-2014 3:30 pm:

 COMPASSATIONATE APPOINTMENT OR LUMPSUM
Government has approved the recommendations of State Bank of India to provide option to choose either Compassionate Appointment or Ex-gratia lumpsum. The facility has been extended to all Public Sector Banks
 

Sudhir Suman Kumaria (Chandigarh Circle) wrote at 26-12-2014 5:14 am:

 DA for December 2014
Pradip Bhatt wrote at 26-12-2014 11:31 am:

Dear Friend,

One figure is not correct either Basic Pension or DA for Dec.14.

To know the the correct position, pl sent a copy of your Dec.14 pay slip. at my email.

Sudhir Suman Kumaria
Email: - s_kumaria@hotmail.com
 

N.Subramanian (Website) wrote at 26-12-2014 2:11 am:

 calcutta case
Mr Salil Ghosh (late) nhas now been posted to 19th January 2015 for further hearing.
 

Pradip Bhatt wrote at 25-12-2014 8:01 pm:

 DA for December 2014
Dear Friends,

Thank you very much for responding my question,I checked my pension slip and I notice that they paid me 11256.00 as DA which is not correct.So to whom I should contect?? Please let me know.
Pradip Bhatt
 

N.Subramanian (Website) wrote at 25-12-2014 6:00 pm:

 Appeal made by our Fedn.for resolving our pension issues.
Our SBI Pensioners Fedn has appealed to the Secy,Financial Services, Chairman and DMD and CDO of our Bank on 04-1202014 with a view to resolving and finding out a solution to our long pending pension issues and is hopeful of a favorable response.It has also sought an appointment on any day and time convenient for a meeting of Fedn Reps. The texts of the appeals can be found in the SBI Elders Voice Dec.2014 being published by the SBI Pensioners Association Chennai Circle.This is for the information of the retirees.
 

N.Subramanian (Website) wrote at 25-12-2014 5:13 pm:

 Ref Pradip Bhatt s Post
How is it that the basic pension can be an odd figure like Rs 5086. The maximum is Rs 4250/ /4800 as for my knowledge goes for persons retired before 2002. Mr Pradip has retired on 1998 .
 

Sudhir Suman Kumaria (Chandigarh Circle) wrote at 25-12-2014 3:23 am:

 DA for December 2014
Sh. Pradip Bhatt wrote at 24-12-2014 12:42 am:

Sh. Bhatt, those who retire prior to Nov. 2002 will get DA slab wise i.e.
<2400 = 0.35%
2401-3850 = 0.29%
3851-4100 = 0.17%
>4100 = 0.09%
As your Basic Pension is Rs. 5086/- so your DA Factor is Rs. 13.917 i.e. whenever DA slab is increase by One Slab your DA will increase by Rs. 13.917. So at present DA slab = 1105 means your DA will be Rs. 15379/- (13.917 *1105). Your total pension is Rs. 20465/- (5086 + 15379). Pl note your DA Factor remain this until any change in your basic pension or in DA formula. I think it clear your doubts.
 
Comment: Dear Sudhir,
Thanks on behalf of Pradip. The Admin of this site was unavailable for a week. Hence the silence. But this is the advantage of a platform like this. Other friends like you will come forward to help. Thanks once again.

Pradip Bhatt wrote at 23-12-2014 9:12 am:

 DA for December 2014
Dear Friends,

My basic pension is 5086.00.I was retired in March of 1998.I just wants to know how much DA is payable to me and please let me know how they calculate the amount.
Thank you.
 

p c raman wrote at 22-12-2014 11:16 pm:

 regd medical scheme for retd (vrs) officials (retd on 28.2.2013)
sir, i retd (by vrs) from bank as agm on 28.2.2013, du to medical and personal reasons. i am told that now bank agreed to present medical scheme to the retd even on vrs provided they completed 35 years of pensionable service. sir is there any such demand pending with the bank for consideration sir, if so pl let me know about this to my e mail address
thanks,
urs friendly,
p.c.raman
 

Sudhir Suman Kumaria (Chandigarh Circle) wrote at 22-12-2014 8:52 pm:

 IInd Innings-July- Sep-2014
We have uploaded the following file, which you can be view/download from SBI Pensioners’ Association (Chandigarh Circle) official website:
http://www.sbipensionerschd.com/

1. IInd Innings-July- Sep-2014

Sudhir Suman Kumaria

On behalf of General Secretary, SBI Pensioners’ Association (Chandigarh Circle
 

Asok Kumar Bhattacharya wrote at 21-12-2014 9:19 am:

 VERY POOR CEILING OF DOMESTIC TREATMENT
I have retired from Bank's service in April,'14,and became member of SBI RETIRED EMPLOYEES MEDICAL BENEFIT SCHEME.But I feel that the domestic treatment ceiling of Rs.7000/-per year is very low considering the present medical treatment cost.I like to know whether our leaders have thought or taken any steps for enhancement of this limit?
 

Sujoy Ghosh wrote at 20-12-2014 3:28 pm:

 7th.BPs-Late Salil Kumar Ghosh vs SBI&ors
six,so far(second line)
 

Sujoy Ghosh wrote at 20-12-2014 3:26 pm:

 7th.BPs-Late Salil Kumar Ghosh vs SBI&ors
Mr.Rohit Sharma-your post of the 20th.Dec.2014,Thank you.Since I am thinking ahead commensurate with your instincts(your post of 12th.Dec.2014),if the order is in favour of the respondents(SKG,in this case)and SBI/UOI go for an appeal in the Sup.Court,then the respondents will be respondents also in the Sup.Court and we(six,do far) may need to implead ourselves along with the claimants of late SKG to forstall the possibility of persons in similar situation being denied the benefit of the order, by SBI/UOI.Whereas if the order goes against the respondents in this case at Calcutta HC they have to become appellants in the Sup.Court and we have to join them in the vakaltnama.These are two issues we have to face at the appropriate time.But we should be mentally ready,including sharing of costs which will have to be monitored by us instead of leaving it exclusively in the hands of the legal claimants to the Cal.HC case.Let us be hopeful.Sujoy Ghosh
 

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